Ovarian Tissue Transplant

The transplantation of a woman’s own ovarian tissue into her after it had been frozen and stored while she underwent chemo or radiation therapy
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with an ovarian tissue transplant, where all or part of the ovary is
A 43-year-old Melbourne woman resumed her natural ovulation after she underwent an ovarian tissue transplant. She is now six weeks pregnant and the 20th woman in the world and the first in Australia to become pregnant using the ground-breaking technique.
In this case, should an ovarian tissue transplant be treated more like, say, a kidney transplant than like egg donation?
A WOMAN who became infertile from cancer treatment has given birth to a healthy baby girl after an ovarian tissue transplant.
*A 25-year-old woman became the world's first to conceive a baby after having an ovarian tissue transplant. The woman who was diagnosed with advanced Hodgkin's lymphoma had some of her ovarian tissue removed and frozen before starting chemotherapy.
I t's a dream come true for new mother Ouarda Touirat, who after having being made infertile by chemotherapy, gave birth to a baby girl thanks to a medical breakthrough ovarian tissue transplant.
A Belgian mother yesterday told of her joy after a world first ovarian tissue transplant made it possible for her to have a baby.
HE world's first successful pregnancy and birth following an historic ovarian tissue transplant, is a remarkable achievement.
Fears have been raised that an ovarian tissue transplant procedure which helped a woman get pregnant after being made infertile by cancer treatment could be misused.
Fears have been raised that an ovarian tissue transplant procedure, which helped a woman get pregnant after being made infertile by cancer treatment, could be misused.
A cancer patient who was made infertile by chemotherapy has become the first woman to give birth after ovarian tissue transplant. Ovarian tissue taken from the ovaries can be frozen and later transplanted to the body without losing its ability to produce mature eggs.